Hi, I have a Windows 2000 system with a NFS server running on it. From the Mandrake Linux system I create a mount to the W2K system (as root). Command: mount -t nfs 10.31.17.xxx:/c /mnt/c. Mounting goes fine, also reading and writing files to the mounted volume doesn't give problems. /mnt/c has all permissions.
However when I log in as an ordinary user I cannot write to the mounted volume, all write flags are gone. Is this a security setting within Mandrake? How can I change this? I need all rights to the mount.
Thanks, Theo M.